Sargent Chester Clay William, World War I Portrait
Sgt. Chester Clay Williams
Co C 117 ENG, 42 DIV, USA, Chester Clay Williams, Born: 8 Oct 1884, Malvern, Hot Springs, Arkansas; Died: 1 Oct 1918, Ligny, France, Battlefield:
Buried: Oakwood Cemetery, Hickory, Catawba County, North Carolina, USA, 28601 (new data credit to : Lily- Shirley Mills; in Find A Grave + photograph of his gravestone: WEB images: [external link]
+ Chester Clay Sutton data: [external link]
First World War Soldier, Engineers, Rainbow Division, Co C 117 ENG
42 DIV, Of Hickory, North Carolina .
Sighted for gallantry in action in Champagne- killed near Ligney, France, October 1, 1918, World War 1
Chester Clay Williams was the son of:
FATHER: William Wright Williams [Born:16 December1867, in Malvern, Hot Springs County, Arkansas-and Died: 19 June 1938; Greensboro, Guilford, North Carolina, Occupation: Carpenter (1910 Census), Construction, Builds Houses (1920 Census)Contactor (1930 Census).
MOTHER: Lula Estelle Boatwright[[Born: 7 February 1872, in Charlotte, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, and died-14 September 1954, in Reidsville, Rockingham, North Carolina; Burial: Greensboro, Guilford County, NC] Lula's parents were: Father:Thomas Jefferson BOATRIGHT (Born:15 July 1841- Died: 8 March, 1918].Mother: Nancy Jane Williams.("Mattie I." Williams-born: 28 Sept. , 1847- Died: 2 March, 1874]. Chester Clay Williams siblings were: Nannie Clara 'Nancy' Williams (b: 29 Nov 1891-d:21 Jul 1940), Blanch Williams(b: 5 Jun 1897 & d: 20 Aug 1900), Harold Thomas "Duke" Williams (b: 10 Sep 1901 & d:5 Sep 1969) , Dennie Carl Williams(b: 10 Apr 1904 & d:27 Oct 1968) , William Wright Williams Jr. (b: 15 Apr 1907 & d:2 Nov 1943 , and Ward Williams (b:14 Dec 1909 & d:4 Apr 1968) .
Carol Sutton webpage of Chester Clay Williams for more data is:
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